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斯蒂文斯理工学院

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  斯蒂文斯理工学院简介

  斯蒂文斯理工学院,Stevens Institute of Technology 成立于1870年,是一所私立大学, 学生人数约8000名,学位设置:学士学位,硕士学位,MBA,博士学位。斯蒂文斯位于美国新泽西州Hoboken市,著名的哈得逊河边,与纽约曼哈顿隔河相望,风景秀丽,交通方便。

  史蒂文斯理工学院Stevens Institute of Technology属于研究型大学,在师资及排名方面都是不容忽视的。被公认最好的学科是工程、理科和管理专业,不过史蒂文斯理工学院的学生则认为电机,机械工程及计算机科学是顶尖的。史蒂文斯理工学院Stevens Institute of Technology有60%的学生攻读工程科系及计算机科学,20%攻读理科及自然科学,20%攻读管理科学。

  大学部目前共450名学生参加了新的“企业合作学位项目”,学制为五年,五年期间,学生们会到IBM以及General foods等大型跨国企业实习两至四个学期不等。

  史蒂文斯与中国多所大学建立了合作办学项目或合作研究。研究生部与北京理工大学的合作项目:通信管理(硕士学位),微电子及光电学(硕士学位); 与中央财经大学合作项目:项目管理(硕士学位)

  热门科系 数学 计算机工程 信息科技 电机工程 创新管理 金融系统 MBA(现代企业管理)

  史蒂文斯理工学院(Stevens Institute of Technology) 创建于1870年,坐落于新泽西州的霍博肯市,与曼哈顿隔河相望,占地55公顷,在美国的教育和研究领域中,是一所位居前沿的理工及管理类大学。该校教授和学者在科学工程及管理领域享有盛誉,培养出了管理科学之父泰勒,及诺贝尔奖获得者费瑞得·瑞恩(Fred Raine)等杰出人才。

  在工程、科学、计算机科学以及管理学科开设学士、硕士和博士学位。研究生项目着眼于培养在日新月异的工业界能够始终开拓创新的专业人才以及在科学研究领域始终处于前沿的研究学者。史蒂文斯理工学院在微生物、纳米电子技术、无线通信、环境科学以及工程、材料科学和工程、技术管理、金融系统等领域的教学科研都处于领先地位。尤其是电信管理专业在美国名列前茅。史蒂文斯工程专业本科毕业生深造获得博士学位的比例仅低于麻省理工和加州理工,名列全美第三,是一所具有雄厚的教学和科研实力的理工学院。

  School Type

  Independent, Coed

  Setting

  Urban 55-acre campus with easy access to New York City

  Degrees Offered

  Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral, and Postbachelor's Certificates

  Comprehensive Costs

  $50,130 includes full-time tuition ($36,600), mandatory fees ($1380), and room and board ($12,150). Part-time tuition: $1220 per credit

  (Cost includes full-time tuition plus additional fees such as room and board and mandatory fees)

  Entrance Difficulty

  Very difficult , 52% of applicants were admitted

  Application Deadlines

  2/1 (freshmen), 7/1 (transfers)

  Admissions

  Freshman

  Admission: 2,889 applied; 1,495 admitted; 545 enrolled Average high school GPA: 3.7

  Test Scores

  SAT critical reading scores over 500 91%

  SAT math scores over 500 100%

  ACT scores over 18 100%

  SAT critical reading scores over 600 51%

  SAT math scores over 600 86%

  ACT scores over 24 77%

  SAT critical reading scores over 700 9%

  SAT math scores over 700 30%

  ACT scores over 30 24%

  Applying

  Options: electronic application, early admission, early decision, deferred entrance

  Application fee: $55

  Required: essay or personal statement, high school transcript, interview

  Application deadlines: 2/1 (freshmen), 7/1 (transfers)

  Early decision: 11/15 (for plan 1), 1/15 (for plan 2)

  Notification: 3/15 (freshmen), 12/15 (early decision plan 1), 2/15 (early decision plan 2), continuous (transfers)

  Cost and Financial Aid

  Costs (2009-10)

  Comprehensive Costs: $50,130 includes full-time tuition ($36,600), mandatory fees ($1380), and room and board ($12,150). Part-time tuition: $1220 per credit

  Required fees: $600 per term part-time

  Financial Aid

  Of all full-time matriculated undergraduates who enrolled in 2005, 1,645 applied for aid, 1,431 were judged to have need, 245 had their need fully met. 818 Federal Work-Study jobs (averaging $1269)

  In 2005, 296 non-need-based awards were made

  Average percent of need met: 85%

  Average financial aid package: $21,139

  Average need-based loan: $4203

  Average need-based gift aid: $12,871

  Average non-need-based aid: $9973

  Average indebtedness upon graduation: $14,113

  Student Body

  Undergraduate Student Population

  2,148 undergraduate students, 26% women, 74% men, 2% transferred in, 4% African American, 13% Asian American or Pacific Islander, 10% Hispanic American, 0.2% Native American

  International Population

  4% representing 28 other countries

  Housing Info

  88% live on campus

  Campus Life

  Housing: On-campus residence required through senior year

  Options: Coed, women-only, Campus housing is university owned and leased by the school. Freshman campus housing is guaranteed

  Activities: Drama/theater group, student-run newspaper, radio and television station, choral group, Drama Society, Student Council, APO Service Fraternity, Jazz Band, Ethnic Student Association, national fraternities, national sororities

  Most popular organizations: Drama Society, Student Council, APO Service Fraternity, Jazz Band, Ethnic Student Association

  Campus security: 24-hour emergency response devices and patrols, late-night transport/escort service, controlled dormitory access

  Student services: Health clinic, personal/psychological counseling, women's center

  Academic Programs

  Special study options: Accelerated degree program, advanced placement credit, cooperative education, double majors, honors programs, independent study, internships, off-campus study, services for LD students, summer session for credit

  ROTC: Army (c), Air Force (c)

  School Calendar: Semesters

  Faculty

  Total: 438

  Full-time: 57% full-time

  Student/faculty ratio: 7:1

  Athletics

  Member: NCAA, Division: All Division III

  Nonscholarship sports

  Baseball (m), basketball, cross-country running, equestrian sports (w), fencing, field hockey (w), lacrosse, soccer, softball (w), swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, volleyball, wrestling (m)

  Intramural sports

  Archery M/W, badminton M/W, baseball M, basketball M/W, bowling M(c)/W(c), football M/W, ice hockey M(c), racquetball M/W, sailing M(c)/W(c), skiing (cross-country) M(c)/W(c), skiing (downhill) M(c)/W(c), soccer M/W, softball M, squash M/W, table tennis M/W, tennis M/W, ultimate Frisbee M/W, volleyball M/W, weight lifting M(c)/W(c)

  Intercollegiate sports

  Baseball M, basketball M/W, cross-country running M/W, equestrian sports W, fencing M/W, field hockey W, lacrosse M/W, soccer M/W, softball W, swimming and diving M/W, tennis M/W, track and field M/W, volleyball M/W, wrestling M

  School Facilities

  Facilities/Endowment

  Main Library Name: Samuel Williams

  Collection: 107,487 titles; 134 serial subscriptions;

  Endowment: $154.8 million

  Contact Info

  Mr. Daniel Gallagher, Dean of University Admissions

  Stevens Institute of Technology

  Castle Point on Hudson

  Hoboken, NJ 07030

  Phone: 201-216-5197

  Toll-free: 800-458-5323

  Non US Students

  Financial Aid

  Non-need financial aid available. For fall 2005, 50 international students on campus received college administered financial aid ($4200 average).

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